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Thursday Nov. 3rd

On the track it is NASCAR Craftsman Truck practice and qualifying. Off the track, The Tony Stewart Bridge is dedicated, and Roger Staughbach and Troy Aikman announce Hall of Fame Racing. Fastest in practice for the NCTS is #5 David Reutimann at 182.10MPH. Hall of Fame Racing chooses number 96, Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman team owners talk about the new team. Drivers Terrry LaBonte and Tony Raines. Click audio below to hear the complete audio.


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Tony Stewart

Troy Aikman more


crew chief Philippe Lopez

Tony Stewart

Tony reaction to the bridge

Friday Nov.4th

Ryan Newman won the Bud Pole at Texas, but on the second lap he hit the wall and will have to pull out the back up car.. That will put Matt Kenseth on the pole and Jeff Gordon will sit on the outside.






Cup Garage

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Saturday Nov. 5th

Kevin Harvick wins the O'Reilly Challenge at TEXAS

Boyd Coddington the Grand Marshall of today's O'Reilly Challenge 200. Will talks with Boyd prior to the race Click Here to Listen


Two of the most famous surnames in Texas racing history, Foyt and Labonte, will square off in Saturday's O'Reilly Challenge NASCAR Busch Series race.





Garage and Pit



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Sunday Nov. 6th

revised starting time of 2:50 p.m. Central Time for Sunday's Dickies 500  will allow for more NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series action under the lights. Race fans attending the Dickies 500 race week events at Texas Motor Speedway will have up-close views of all the action.  A total of 6 big screens will bring fans closer to the on-track racing and the crucial pit stops.

FORT WORTH BURN BAN – Due to a City of Fort Worth burn ban being in effect, no open fires in the campgrounds will be permitted. Barbeques and smokers are still allowed but no open campfire-style burns. The Fort Worth Police Department and Fort Worth Fire Department will be patrolling and enforcing the ban.

    TICKET SCALPING ENFORCEMENT– Fans be aware that there is a Fort Worth city ordinance prohibiting the sale or offer of sale of race tickets, at any price including face or below face value, on TMS grounds. The ordinance will be enforced by Fort Worth police.

    The crew chiefs of RCR Chevrolets No. 31 and No.07 will trade positions for the final two races of 2005


    As the Chase progresses, so does the race for 11th-place, a spot worth over $1 million as a bonus from the season-ending point fund. The goal remains the same – winning races – and so does the incentive – to excel and improve one’s position in the standings. Here’s a look at drivers in spots 11 through 15 entering race No. 34 at Texas Motor Speedway:

    •  11th place – Jamie McMurray (No. 42 Texaco/Havoline Dodge), currently controls that position. He retained the spot for a second consecutive week following a sixth-place finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway.